My job here at Current Affairs is to help make politics intelligible. In the 2020 Democratic primary, voters will have to make an informed choice among the candidates. This can be difficult. Fortunately, over the last year, this magazine has published some helpful and comprehensive articles to assist. Here is everything you need to know about the election, with links for further information!
Note: The official Current Affairs position on politicians is that they should not exist. I personally write many articles about why I think voting for Bernie Sanders is extremely important, and have been harshly critical of the candidates who are not Bernie Sanders. But I don’t work for him, have no connection with the campaign, this magazine has not “endorsed” a candidate, and its writers are independent. We shall be harshly critical of all who think they deserve to wield power.
Don’t even get me started. (However, if you are in Iowa, don’t discourage his supporters, because in Iowa he’s helpful for Bernie and we need him to break 15 percent)
- Will not win this election
- Is literally a Republican plutocrat trying to swoop in and purchase the nomination (also a huge sexist)